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Click here for details of our sunglassesBecause your eyesight is priceless, you want to be sure your sunglasses are effective as well as stylish.  But not all sunglasses are the same.  That's why, for maximum performance, you should choose a pair with optical quality lenses.  These will not only shade your eyes from harsh sunlight, they'll also protect you from  the real threat of too much sun - UV light.

 

See details of our range of sunglassesProtecting your eyes

Too much UV light can damage your sight as well as your skin.  It may affect the lens inside your eye, lead to cataracts and reduce your vision by prematurely ageing the retina.  Our optical quality sunglasses will give you outstanding protection against UV light.  As a result, your vision in sunlight will not only be more comfortable, but also safer.

Driving Sunglasses

Good eyesight is critical for optimum driving performance and safety.  Yet reflected road glare or dazzle can often cause eyestrain and affect your vision.  You'll find our optical quality sunglasses filter out harsh glare, cut through haze, give you sharper vision and make driving more relaxing.

 

Choosing the Right Sunglasses

Different sunlight conditions and lifestyles call for different types of sunglasses.  When you visit our practice you will receive attention and advice on the most suitable lenses for your needs.  These days sunglasses are very much a fashion item, so we stock the latest styles and Designer ranges.  We'll ensure you look good in sunglasses by helping you select a frame which compliments your features.

 

Prescription Sunglasses

If you wear sunglasses, you needn't miss out on stylish sunglasses.  We offer a wide range of attractive designs made to your individual prescription.  These are produced to the same high standards as our spectacles.  Your prescription sunglasses can be made with single vision, bifocal or varifocal lenses.  They're even available with photochromatic lenses.  These have a light tint indoors but darken in sunlight.  Modern photochromic sunglasses are also very comfortable to wear, being made with fast-reacting lightweight plastic lenses.